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I'd like to ask what ( or "which" ? ) sentence is correct...
Firefox did not updated yet
Firefox did not update yet
Generally, when I use "did" can I put "d" at the next word or both sentences are correct and I've to use 'em accordingly to other reasons? Could you explain me in short what's the difference?
I'm just trying to learn alone. I never went to school to learn English... At my school we were learning French, unfortunately...
Thank you in advance!
Last edited by Deo Domuique; 04-Mar-2011 at 15:53.
Thank you! Got it!
Also, I've edited my previous post and one more question has been added...
"What sentence" or "Which sentence" is correct?
I'm asking because I know my language pretty well and in my mind, some times I confuse the Greek with English... I mean, in Greek I would say "which sentence" but seems in English "what sentence" is correct, right?
That's my last question for today...
***neither a teacher nor a native-speaker***
If using simple past tense is a must then you could say something like this;
My firefox (browser) didn't get updated.